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FYS100 -- Monuments, Memory, and Public Spaces -- Fall 2017: Article Databases

Quick Tips


New England Elegy, Robert Motherwell, John F. Kennedy Federal Building, Boston, MA, 1966.

A simple way to start searching  in an electronic database is by entering the artist's name or the name of the work along with "and" and the term "controversy" 

Examples:
Public Art AND Controversy
Motherwell AND Kennedy AND Controversy
 

Digging Deeper--Finding Magazines, Journals & Newspapers

Check scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.  Library databases will lead to articles in scholarly journals and are a good place to start:

A multidisciplinary database of more than 8,500 fulltext periodicals with pdf content going back as far as 1887. Includes indexing and abstracting for more than 12,500 periodicals.

Off-campus users will be asked to enter their LionLink (network/Moodle) username and password to access the library’s databases. Call 610-921-7211 or email libraryref@albright.edu for assistance.

PLEASE NOTE: If you feel you are not getting the materials you need, please ask for help at the Reference Desk or check out our Complete List of Library Databases.

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